Month: March 2014

Inspired by the artwork of Frank Netter and my experiences in the gross anatomy lab, this Daily Doodle highlights theRead More →

Inspired by the beautiful anatomical lithograph drawings from Gray’s Anatomy, this Daily Doodle illustrates the difference between direct and indirectRead More →

“Derived from the Greek words “sclerosis” meaning hardness and “derma” meaning skin, scleroderma literally means hard-skin” [2]. But, with thatRead More →

This Daily Doodle represents the differential diagnosis of “chest” pain/discomfort which is quite an extensive list of both cardiac andRead More →